In-Office Teeth Whitening With A Dentist Near You
The teeth whitening products we use in our office are the best in the industry. They are designed to make ugly stains disappear safely — and quickly in a single visit.
Our in-office teeth whitening treatment is not like what you’ll get from those strips and pastes you’ll find at the drugstore or Walmart. Bluedot Dental’s custom products deliver whiter teeth almost instantly. Not only will you see the difference in before and after photos — you see the difference before you’ve left the dentist chair!
Still not convinced? Here are more advantages of in-office teeth whitening:
Professional Grade Formulas: No other over-the-counter product can match the quality and health safety of a professional whitening system.
Specialized Precision: In an hour or less, with individualized attention to detail, we can wipe away years of tooth stains from your mouth.
Less Sensitivity: Many teeth whitening methods, like Zoom or a laser, can cause uncomfortable tooth sensitivity. However, the strategies we use at Bluedot Dental protect teeth from that sensitivity, making you more comfortable during and after the treatment.
Long Term Results: Buying products at the store can add up quickly and just don’t last. One in-office teeth whitening session will give you long term results instantly.
Take Home Teeth Whitening
After your in-office teeth whitening session, the treatment isn’t completely over. We encourage our cosmetic dentistry patients to use custom tray teeth whitening for maintenance and upkeep at home. And the best part is you can use the trays in the comfort of your own home.
What Is It?
Custom tray teeth whitening systems are just like the kits you’d buy at the store, but they are designed just for you! The trays are created from molds we take of your teeth beforehand. This type of personalization ensures the trays fit comfortably and can evenly distribute the whitening gel on your teeth.
Best Affordable Cosmetic Whitening And Restorations
Sometimes patients with previous restorative dental work want to have their restorations whitened.
Unfortunately, while durable, crowns and veneers just don’t have the ability to absorb whitening agents.
Natural teeth have pores, while fillings and crowns have been glazed or polished and rounded to create a glassy smooth surface.